FAQ

Answers to the most common questions about Bitcoin Stash.

What is Bitcoin Stash?

Bitcoin Stash is a hardfork of Bitcoin Cash to combat the interests of the Bitcoin Cash leaders.


If I have Bitcoin Cash will I get Bitcoin Stash?

Yes, as long as you control the private keys. If your Bitcoin Cash is held on exchanges, you may or may not receive Bitcoin Stash depending on what the exchanges decide to do with them. More information will be available as we approach the hardfork.


When will the hardfork occur?

November 15th, 2018 at approximately 4:40 PM GMT. The exact block will be released in due time.


Will Bitcoin Stash be secure?

Yes, Bitcoin Stash will offer replay protection and should operate with a higher hashrate than any BCH chain.


Is Bitcoin Stash an ICO?

No, Bitcoin Stash is not an ICO. It is a decentralized hardfork of Bitcoin Cash.


Does Bitcoin Stash have a White Paper?

Yes, Bitcoin Stash will be using the original Satoshi Nakamoto white paper for a full peer-to-peer version of electronic cash. One can read this whitepaper here.


What algorithm will be used to mine Bitcoin Stash?

SHA-256


What is Merged Mining?

Merged Mining allows miners to simultaneously mine Bitcoin Stash and one of Bitcoin or Bitcoin Cash with little to no extra energy usage. In turn, this will provide a greater incentive to miners and increase the hashrate and security of Bitcoin Stash.


Is Bitcoin Stash, Bitcoin Cash?

No. Bitcoin Stash is Bitcoin Stash, and Bitcoin Cash is Bitcoin Cash.


Will Bitcoin Stash offer Replay Protection?

Yes. Bitcoin Stash will be implementing replay protection to keep our transactions safe post-fork.


Where can I read more about Bitcoin Stash?

Feel free to check out our Twitter or Medium to read more from our development team!